Sometimes the truth does not set you free.
This book explores and imagines the life of Clara Driscoll, a major contributor to the art produced by Tiffany Studios.
by fangswandsfairy • A Month of Giving Thanks, Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Duchess, heir, Intermix, Jennifer Ashley, London, MacKenzies and McBrides, Penguin, soldier, steamy, Victorian, widow
A drunk soldier on leave literally falls into the young Dowager Duchess’s bosom. The early paparazzi go crazy over the scandal in this MacKenzies & McBrides series novella.
My guest today is Tee Morris talking about The sexy side of steampunk. You’ve got to see this!
Every girl wonders whether the boy who wants her first kiss REALLY loves her. When her entire life, her chance for love depends on judging whether it’s true or if he loves her Pounds Sterling, Grace needs a little more than pretty words and bouquets.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Addiction, aristocracy, British, England, English, Fenian, hunger, Ireland, Irish, Irish diaspora, mental illness, Potato Famine, Saint Patrick, Victorian, Victorian era
An addicted British aristocrat is treated by an Irish nurse, a lady herself, with her own troubles. They both discover themselves as they find each other. Looks at addiction, the potato famine and the complicated relationship between the Irish and the British.